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Impressive: How to Have a Stylish Career

by Kirstie Clements

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 052286483X, Paperback)

How do you get your dream job? How do you shine once you have landed it? How do you ask for a pay raise? And, equally importantly, what do you wear to achieve all three? Kirstie Clements, former editor-in-chief of Vogue, bestselling author, judge on Australia's Next Top Model and style guru, plus a dazzling array of industry insiders give their expert opinions on how to get the job you want, get noticed and get ahead. You may only have one shot at getting your stylish foot in the door of the so-called glamour industries. Impressive's secrets will arm you for success.

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